What is the central idea of the poem A Tiger in the Zoo?

What is the central idea of the poem A Tiger in the Zoo?

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  1. The central idea of the poem A Tiger in the Zoo is that man has done wrong with the tiger by snatching away its freedom as well as its abilities. The poet tells the readers how tiger would have been enjoying if it were free.

    As it has been encaged, it walks just a few steps because cage is quite small. It has rage in its eyes but remains quiet because it is helpless.

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